KCC Media Hub – maintained by Kent County Council communications office
Our communications office responds to media enquiries from journalists about KCC services and policies between 8am and 6pm.
We can arrange TV, press and radio interviews with Cabinet, Lead Members and senior officers.
We’ve recently converted our phones to Skype so if you cannot get through to a specific communications officer, call 03000 418080.
The duty communications officer outside of office hours this week is Thom Morris on 07738 860726.
|Press contact||Specialist areas||Telephone|
|Lucy Mayor (Communications Office Manager)||Includes: corporate issues, business and funding, democratic services and finance issues as well as policy, performance and improvement, information services and economic development.||03000 416421
|Suz Elvey||Includes: education, early years, Kent Test, schools, special education needs, admissions and school places, quality and standards, post-16 education and apprenticeships.||03000 417020
|Murray Evans||Includes: libraries, Trading Standards, community safety, film office, public rights of way, Gypsies and Travellers, adult education, sports and culture, youth services, country parks, military, Gateways, Coroners courts, financial issues including the budget, the Chairman’s Office, corporate issues and civic duties.||03000 416071
|Gemma Smith||Includes: Public Health, such as support services for drugs and alcohol misuse, healthy weight management, community mental health, sexual health, health visitors, flu vaccination campaigns and severe weather. Also includes campaigns such as One You Kent, Release the Pressure and Change4Life.||03000 416699
|Thom Morris||Includes: highways and waste functions (potholes, household waste and recycling sites, bus passes, Blue Badge, roadworks, young person’s travel pass, 16+ Travel Card, road safety, flooding and drainage) the planning and environment teams, and the delivery of new major transport schemes, broadband.||03000 416907
|David Gazet||Includes: social services for children, such as unaccompanied asylum seeking children, fostering, adoption and safeguarding issues as well as social care for adults, older people and promoting independence.||03000 422589